DC Superior Court at ‘breaking point' as it waits for Senate to confirm more judges

A growing number of judicial vacancies has D.C. Superior Court at a “breaking point,” hindering the court’s ability to process thousands of residents’ cases, Chief Judge Anita Josey-Herring warned in an interview with News4. Vacancies have plagued the court for years but are now reaching what many are calling a crisis. Thirteen of the court’s 62 judicial positions are unfilled,…